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    Posted on March 1st, 2011 Pam No comments

    So I made lots of errors when I started another weight contest the middle of February. So lets try again!!!!!
    The new weight contest starts March 1, 2011 and goes until April 1, 2011.

    Same rules, here they are:

    1. Weigh yourself March 1st.
    2. Have a witness verify your weight.
    3. Record your weight.
    4. On April 1st weigh yourself again.
    5. Email or text me your weight loss.
    6. Winner gets a $75 8″ X 10″ canvas print from a picture of their choice.
    7. May the best loser win!!!

    Recommended loss 5 pounds.
    Ties will be broken by coin toss.
    Pass on this blog to others so they can lose too.
    Also, let me know if you are up for it.

    Remember the winner gets 8″ X 10″ canvas print worth $75.

    Let me know if you are competing. Julie and I are up for it so far.
    This time, try to comment with updates, it will be fun to follow everyone’s weight loss. Give each other tips and tricks to quick or slow weight loss.

    GOOD LUCK !!!!!!!!


    Posted on March 1st, 2011 Pam No comments

    This week’s favorite vegetable is the Champion Bush Tomato.

    It is the best bearing tomato I know of here in Eastern Idaho.
    I had a plant last year that had over 30 tomatoes on it, and very little vine. I planted some inside of tires and the vines and tomatoes just layed on the tires.

    They didn’t need tomato cages and no need to stake them either. This year 80% of my large tomatoes will be Champion Bush. Try them, you will be pleasantly surprised. Also, a big plus for this tomato, there is no need to trim very many of the un-needed branches and stems. The tomatoes below have not been trimmed.

    In this picture, you can see that there are lots of tomatoes on this plant.

    In this picture, you can see the tire, and how it helps the tomatoes stay clean and off the ground.